Access to drinking water

In July 2010, the UN General Assembly has recognised access to quality water and sewage facilities as a human right.


Yet, even today, up to 900 millions of people in the world have no access to a high quality of drinking water and over 2,6 billions do not have any basic sewage facilities.

Every year, two millions people, mainly children, die from diseases caused by the consumption of dirty water and the lack of sewage facilities. Using the latest proven atmospheric water generation technology (AWG), Aquavolve is committed to work towards access to drinking water around the world.

The AWG technology enables the local production and supply of drinking water, in accordance with World Health Organization standards. The water produced by Aquavolve’s techniques is perfectly clean for human consumption.

Respect for the environment

All water collected using this technology comes from the surrounding air. Therefore, the technology has been developed to not only avoid all ground water contamination possibilities, but also on the basis of an environmental approach. This method of water production protects our natural water resources such as, lakes, rivers, groundwater aquifers and oceans. AWG are powered by electricity, but can be adapted to run on solar or wind energy sources.

The AWG systems are fully self-sufficient and do not release any C02 into the atmosphere.

Support for local development

With water resources decreasing quickly in large parts of the world, some isolated populations are forced to walk thousands kilometres to find water. This chore does not allow them to provide time for essential tasks such as, children’s education, farming, business creation, or simply finding a job…

Aquavolve’s VP of International Relations, Chris Mancini, working with school children in Tanzania, 2012

Aquavolve’s VP of International Relations, Chris Mancini, working with school children in Tanzania, 2012

Aquavolve offers local access to drinking water. No more need to wait for years before having a working water grid. The Fountain Royale 30 liter per day (8 gallon per day) machines are at full water production capacity within 24 hours of being plugged in. The larger industrial units will be at full water production within 3 days of being connected to power. Within a week, our teams are able to install the 5,000 liter per day (1,322 gallons per day) enabling rapid access to water for those in need.

Skill sharing

Aquavolve is committed to educating and training local populations.  Our in-country Managing Directors will provide teams of local technicians who are trained on the installation and maintenance of the atmospheric water generation technology.  Aquavolve will also be happy to assist our customers with the needed training to sell, distribute, and manage the water supply. Economies of water will be built around each Aquavolve site to create a sustainable source of water that benefits employees and customers alike. Unlimited supply will be competitively sold while creating jobs in the civil engineering, maintenance, water/electricity management, sales, and service sectors.